Investment : Capture : Divestment

Channelling power otherwise

presented by

Rachel O’Reilly, Lisa Stefanoff & guests

Image still from Cannibal Story (Yunkurra Billy Atkins and Sohan Ariel Hayes, 2012)

Image still from Cannibal Story (Yunkurra Billy Atkins and Sohan Ariel Hayes, 2012)

Discussion & Screenings

10am - 3pm

Saturday 31st of August 2019

A day of screenings, presentations and discussions exploring entanglements of mining and art-making in threatened country.

What and how will people make and do to broaden knowledges, literacies and resistances against capture by extractive industries as our eco-emergencies heat up?

Provocations from Karrabing Film Collective (NT), Curtis Taylor (WA), Charmaine Papertalk Green (WA), Mervin Rubuntja (NT), Vanessa Farrelly (SEED NT), Rachel O’Reilly (WTS Artist-in-Residence), Central Australian Elders and women with cultural responsibilities.

Discussions of cultural industry sponsorship, artwashing, bullshi*t jobs, ecocidal environment laws, strategies and tactics…

Screenings/images:


Cannibal Story (Yunkurra Billy Atkins & Sohan Ariel Hayes)
Dream Mine Time (Charmaine Papertalk Green)
Kintyre (Curtis Taylor)
Watercolour artworks (Mervyn Rubuntja)
The Gas Imaginary (Rachel O’Reilly)
The Mermaids (Karrabing Film Collective)

BYO art, media and lunch to share.
Tea and coffee on all day.

This event marks the closing of Karrabing Film Collective exhibition ‘A Day in the Life’, the first presentation of the collective’s work in Central Australia.

For more information contact Lisa on 0405419412